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SC DAT


SCADA & DAT


ATA VISUALISATION Data acq sitio


TA VISUALISATION


ta acquiisition i is them st b sic fu of a SCADA system, but to ensure that employees,


chine operators and ide sim le an easy-to s the most basic funct


of a SCADA system but to ensure that employees, machine operators and


businesses make the most of the data the softw re is collectin , the p atformsh also


visualisatio for the o erato


software zenon integrates seamessly with Mcrosoft’s Az


software zenon integrates seamllessly with Microsoft’s Azure. As with al cyber-


The data deluge doesn’t


As with all cyber-security concerns, the threats against industrial data are conti ual y evolving. SCADA providers should prove they are com tted to continuously i


security concerns, the ure.


threats against i dustrial data are continually evolving. SCADA providers should prove they are committed to continuously improving the security functions of their software. Continuous hardening of the software canmni the vulnerabi ties of the system COPA- DATA’s zenon, for example, offers a number of security functions that are built into the software as standard. These features i clude comprehensive user veri cation and encrypted data transfer. COPA-DATA i also str ving towards n ID


proving the security


functions of their software. Continuous hardening of the software can minimise the vulnerabilities of the system. COPA- DATA’s zenon, for example, offers a number of security functions that are built into the software as standard. These features include comprehensive user verification and encrypted data transfer. COPA-DATA is also striving towards beiing IDC 634 certified in 2017 – another commitment to the future of data security for its customers.


se certified in 17


com tment to the future of data security for its customers.


he data deluge doesn’t appear to be slowing


down and as appear to be


manufacturers to invest in data acquisition and visualisation


manufacturers to invest in data acquisition and visualisation


down and as a result, it’s we understand and reta n data m ch essentialessential forfor


a result, it’s slowing


ta in ctoria


ta, if it w re presented in its raw form would be almost impossible. As humans, we understand and retaiin data much faster when we are provided with a visual representation of the information. The termdata visualisation describes the resentatio


Consider the huge expanse of data produced by a fully connected industrial facility - even from just one shift of production. Manually assessing, selecting and retaining the valuablle productiontio data, if it were presented in its raw form, would be alm st impossible. As humans,


Consider the huge expanse of data produced by a ful y connected i dustrial facility - even fro production.


just o e shift o nual retainin the valu


assessing, selecting e pro


graphical form


faster w en w are provided w th a visual representation of the information. The term data visualisation describes the presentation of big data in a pictorial or graphical form.


Usi g a highly configurabl user iinterface in the SCADA appllication,


Using a highly configurable user nterfa e in the S


ica io


operators can select the datasets they find st useful and remove the ones that are rrelevant for them. For example, if an operator w nted to compare the


operators can select the datasets they find most useful and remove the ones that are iirrelevant for them. For example, if an operator wanted to compare the


productivity of one machine to another piece of equipment, platform


intelligent S


productivity of onem chine to another piece of equipment, an intelligent SCADA platform would enable them to view the results of these machines – removing the rrelevant d ta fro


uld enable themto view the


results of thesem chines – removing the iirrelevant data from the rest of the facility.


the rest of the facility.


businessesm ke them st of the data the software is collecting, the platform shoulld also provide simple and easy-to-use visualisation for the operator.


d tioion


ATA


TA ACQU S ION CQUIISIITION s h


SUPPLEMEN level of custo


SUPPLEMENT FEA Thiis high level of customiisation satio


provides decision makers with the abi ty to grasp production knowledge,


entify


new patterns and spot any exceptions or anomalies quickly. A SCADA platform with advanced user interface will also proviide innovative operating concepts,epts, such as multi-touch technollogy,, role-role- based user access and function gestures. the


ed er interface will also o such as m lti-to


vative o eratin co tech


based user access and function gestures. These advanced features alThese advanced features allow the operator to view and understand data qui kly, thus reacting to problem or rregularities faster.


operator to view and understand data quickly, thus reacting to problems or iirregularities faster.


The value of data is not in the data iitself, but the w y in alyse a


lise this d ta to smart factory si


achieve their goals. The ever-grow ng expanse of iexpanse of information gathered from a smart factory simply cannot be managed manually. However, if manufacturers are going to reap the rewards of big data, they m st invest in platforms that can ro ide a


The value of data is not in the data tself, b t the way in whichich businesses analyse and utiilise this data to hellp achieve their goals. The ever-growing formation gathered from cannot be m naged anufacturers are


sinesses p


anual y. However,


going to reap the rewards of big data, they must invest in platforms that can provide an intelligent insight at machine level. In preparation for Industry 4.0, modern SCADA systems should not be ted to data acquisition. Today, atforms m st b


intelligent insig evel chin preparation for I dustry 4.0,


dern SCADA systems should not be limited to data acquisition. Today, iintelligent SCADA platforms must be capable of communicating the results of ta


ntelligent SC


capable of com unicating the results of data acquiisition visually, in a clear and concise manner.


sitio conci e m nner. COPA-DATA UK www.copadata.com copadata.com visu ly, in clear a


provides decision makers with the ability to grasp production knowledge, identify new patterns and spot any exceptions or anom es qui kly. A SCADA platfor th adva de in


FEAT RE ATURE


/AUTOMATION /AUTOMATION AT


SOFTWARE SCADA


SOFTWARE, SCADA & DATDATA ACQ IS


ATA ACQUISIITION SUPPLEMEN


SUPPLEMENT | JUNE 2017 JUNE 201


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